Well, I decided to use this Thanksgiving Break time to reread a webcomic I haven’t read in years. Note to self: webcomics can last for a long time, so the process of reading them all in one go can be extremely mindnumbing, but enjoyable nonthless. No wonder they give it to you one page at a time.
Anyway, now that I’m done with that, I need to get back to buisness. I currently have about sixteen images with which I can assemble a calendar. It is no longer really necessary that I create any more calendar images, although it is nice to have a certain… objective when it comes to creating these images.
Part of me wants to try something aside from art. Like creative writing. I wish I could tell you how many documents I have on my computer in which I fiddle around with creative writing. Bunches and bunches of little scenes and incomplete thoughts. So even though I’ve spent a fair amount of time dabbing into it, it’s awefully hard to feel acomplished when you haven’t got anything finished. Maybe if I keep at it for another ten years, I’ll have something- like how it took me twenty years to get to where I am with art. That’s a little disheartening.
I am an expert at disheartening myself. Which is why I need a mentor. Positive reinforcement, that’s the ticket.
For the sake of adding color to this post, I am including more pictures from our Thanksgiving Hike.